SCOOP! ALA Washington Office Encourages Inter-Chapter Fight
Washington, DC – the ALA Washington Office has confirmed that it’s actively pitting state chapter against state chapter in the run up to National Library Legislative Day 2015 (NLLD). In the latest in a record-shattering string of 4,268 reminders about the event, held on May 4 – 5 in the nation’s capital, the Office of Government Relations publicly admitted today that they are actively encouraging competition between the state chapters. “It’s true. We want every state library chapter in the nation to fight tooth and nail . . . to bring more people to NLLD per capita than anybody else, that is, and we plan to reward the winner handsomely,” says OGR Director Adam Eisgrau.
Not-so-secret memoranda leaked to The Pest confirm that all members of the largest state delegation registered for and attending NLLD (as a percentage of the state’s total population) will receive a guided, behind-the-scenes tour of the incredible United States Capitol building. “We need heroic turnout from every state this year,” added Eisgrau. “It’s time to take the registration gloves off!”
For more information or assistance of any kind, please contact Lisa Lindle, ALA Washington’s Grassroots Communications Specialist, at email@example.com or 202-403-8222.
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